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College Game Day’s Lee Corso Drops F Bomb On Live TV [VIDEO]

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Live television – ya gotta love it.  Whenever we see a blooper or hear a curse word drop on the tube, you and I act like grade schoolers again.  We blush and chuckle!  Such was the case for ESPN College Game Day crew’s Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit when their own Lee Corso dropped an F bomb on TV this week.

Warning! Corso does drop a dirty word, keep the tykes away or anyone else that may offended.

 

Working in radio, I need to watch myself all the time!  I can’t be tossing out F bombs into the mic.  How about you?  Have you ever slipped up and cursed at an awkward time?

 

 

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